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I found the solution, right after posting... Go to Safari → Preferences → Advanced → Show Full Website URL


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You can enable "Develop" menu in Preferences > Advanced. Then you can select choose the User Agent to be iPhone or whatever. And then resize the window appropriately: Edit: This doesn't get around the minimum width for the window. Here is a workaround. Go to View > Show Sidebar. This pulls out the sidebar, which can be resized making the viewport ...


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You can set it with defaults write: defaults write com.apple.Safari CustomUserAgent "\"useragentstring\""


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You can go through all links and controls in Safari using ⌥ Option+⇥ Tab. However, that's not ideal for Google. On Google, you can press ⇥ Tab and an arrow will appear next to the first result. You can then press the arrow keys to go up and down through the list. When you have selected the link you want (either through ⌥ Option+⇥ Tab or Google’s way) you ...


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My tweak is to use BetterTouchTools and set ⌘Q to run the following script: tell application "System Events" set theName to name of the first process whose frontmost is true end tell tell application theName display dialog "Are you sure you want to quit?" quit end tell This works fine, but it isn't neat.


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I found a article how do do that here. by Linc Davis. Starting in Safe mode does some repairs as well. (hold shit key)


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In Safari 8, there is a setting that makes the url visible. Safari >> Preferences >> Advanced >> Smart Search Field (show full website address)


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As suggested by Moto_Nomad, this appears to have been caused by the Facebook Video Chat plugin requesting Java Runtime Environment. I needed to undertake the following steps to locate and disable this process. Launch Terminal, and type the command launchctl list | grep facebook This results in something like the following: - 1 ...


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There is also Safari Omnikey, which has a dedicated toolbar button and which I found easier to use: Safari Omnikey Chrome-like keyword search for Safari browser. Search Amazon, Wikipedia or any other site directly from your URL bar.


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Since you have multiple questions here, I would attempt to answer one of them: In case of Firefox: Open the permissions manager in the address bar type following about:permissions and hit enter In the new window select the web site to work on and choose the settings. To further customize a specific web site (fine tune) click on the small Icon in front ...


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You've downloaded adware and possibly malware onto your computer. You'll need to remove it. To check for adware, try AdwareMedic: http://www.adwaremedic.com/ For malware removal, ClamXav is a free and effective choice: http://www.clamxav.com/ Good luck with the cleanup!


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Yes, the itms:// type links don't work in the simulator.


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As shown on this Wikipedia page, Safari for Windows has not updated in over two years. There is much speculation as to why, but in terms of the Web, a browser that is over two years old is ancient. Gmail likely requires features that are not available in Safari v5.1.7. Therefore you will need to use an alternate browser, such as Chrome or Firefox.


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It appears to be an internal testing message for localization. Are you using a beta version of Safari? or have you in the past? It may be a case of resetting safari content if so.


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To Request the Desktop version of a website with faulty redirects: Turn on airplane mode to disable all internet access. Warning: This next step will get rid of any open tabs you have in Safari, so make sure you don't have anything important on there. Go to Settings > Safari > Clear History and Website Data (Many redirects are often cached, so this ...


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On your sons account you should be able to open up System Preferences, choose iCloud (you should see your account logged in here). From there just click sign out. It will ask if you want to keep synced bookmarks, contacts, notes, etc you can then choose to delete them or keep them on that account. Edit: Short answer: When you remove iCloud Drive from your ...


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This has been happening to me and I think I finally managed to figure it out. When you manually remove from the history log the entry relative to a currently open tab, and close Safari then reopen it, that tab will now show a blank page...


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Yes I have the same problem. Not all shortcuts are affected but the most useful and ordinary ones (cut copy and paste for example) are. Really irritating as I prefer using keyboard shortcuts


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It might be going into "App Nap" To disable this for Safari go to Finder, hit ⌘+I and check "Prevent App Nap": You can check to see if it worked by going opening up Activity Monitor, clicking the Energy tab and seeing if Safari is in sleep mode.



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